Varsity Head Coach - Anderson
Coach Anderson is now in her 6th year of teaching Health and 2nd year coaching volleyball here at Plano Senior. Coach Anderson is a Dallas native and alum of NMHS. Anderson was a multi-sport athlete competing in basketball, soccer, track, cheerleading, and volleyball. She was an All-District player and captained all sports her senior year.
Anderson earned an athletic scholarship in volleyball and competed at Paris JC and Texas Wesleyan University. During her collegiate career, she earned titles such as 2nd team all-conference in the Red River conference, 6 time player of the week, Libero of the year in the Sooner Athletic conference, 1st team all-conference in the Sooner Athletic conference, defensive player of the year, coaches award, and she led the Sooner Athletic conference with dig's and service aces, while also ranking one of NJCAA top 25 for digs per set in the nation. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. She then went on to be the Grad Assistant for the Rams in 2014-15. After she left TWU, she pursued a master's degree and graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Master of Education in Kinesiology. Anderson has coached club volleyball for ten years now and she is also a certified and licensed athletic trainer. As a club coach, she has earned two national bids, two national qualifier first place finishes in the Northeast National Qualifier and runner-up at the SCVA Red Rock Rave. Anderson enjoys playing in adult leagues and loves traveling/spending time with her family, 2 dogs, and friends.
Asst Varsity Coach Lindsay Enright
Coach Enright is now in her 4th year of teaching and 2nd year coaching volleyball here at Plano Senior. Coach Enright is a Plano native and alum at PSHS. Coach Enright played volleyball and basketball for Plano Senior High.
Enright earned an academic scholarship to Angelo State University and completed her degree at the University of North Texas. While at UNT, Coach Enright was the UNT Women's Club Volleyball president and captain. During college, Coach Enright was on the Student Innovations Board, earned President's and Dean's list, was part of the Leadership and Success, and was part of the NCTC Honors program. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in grades 4-8 in English, Language Arts, and Reading with honors. She then went on to coach and teach at Schimelpfenig Middle School for two years. Enright has coached club volleyball at Madfrog for 10 years now. As a club coach, she has earned six national bids, two national qualifier first place finishes, a fifth and ninth place finish at nationals, and 9 years of top 10 finishes in the North Texas Region.
JV1 Coach Katie Ammerman
Coach Ammerman is in her fourth-year teaching and coaching volleyball. She is currently teaching Special Education and World Geography Resource at Clark High School and is also the JV1 coach for Plano. Coach Ammerman just moved to the DFW from West Texas. She began her education career in the Amarillo area, where she was coaching volleyball and Head Softball. She was a multi-sport athlete in high school, participating in volleyball and softball; 3-year lettering in both, and then going on the play volleyball at the collegiate level.
JV2 Coach Elizabeth Quinn
Coach Quinn is in her third year of teaching English and first year of coaching volleyball. This is her first year with Plano ISD and works at Vines High School. Coach Quinn was a multi-sport athlete competing in cross country and track & field. She was an All-State runner in cross country and track, and Coach Quinn was 6th fastest girl in the state for the 2 mile. In her senior year of high school, Coach Quinn led her cross country and track team as the captain, and as a team, they earned a triple crown (winning cross country, indoor, and outdoor state championships).
In addition to her time as an athlete, Coach Quinn also worked closely with athletic trainers for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association for two years. During her time, she learned the importance of a holistic and comprehensive health care team for athletes. In Coach Quinn’s free time, she still actively trains as a runner and spends time working out at the gym (when she’s not playing video games or cuddling with her two German Shepherds).